South Kensington is a relatively old residential area in London, where the buildings are more distinctive and the overall appearance is very good. The residential area is well planned. The roads, shops, restaurants and bars are distributed in the residential area. There is not a bit of chaos, which makes it easy to regard it as a rich area.
I absolute adore the neighborhood of South Ken. There are many cute shops, cafes, and restaurants. It is not too touristy yet it is very convenient to get about on the tube or the bus that has lines running right along it. When I lived in London, this is the area where I called home and I have to say of all the places that I have lived, this was my favorite (in terms of charm)...even though I was in a small little flat that didn't have much water pressure for the shower.
South Kensington is a large residential area in London, with Victorian and Georgian characteristics as well as a subway station. Most people use the station to visit museums such as the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Science and the Albert Museum, the Royal Geographic Society and so on.
Your happy residential area is built with very local characteristics. The streets are spacious and the accommodation around them is very good.
When the weather is good, walking in the meantime, the surrounding buildings, doors and windows, flower beds, are pleasant to the eye.
The area is a high-end residential area with Dutch parks and Imperial Technologies. Consumption is expensive. It's safer.
South Kensington Residence, different from the downtown area, has distinct features and is very ornamental.
The rich people of London live in a very nice and convenient street.